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Integrated Therapeutic Centers - Transformational Change Spas


A Pre Research Assessment Study
Integrated Therapeutic Education Model (ITEM)
Integrated Therapeutic Centers

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A Process for Personal Integration
Transformational Change Spas

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Integrated Therapeutic Centers - Transformational Change Spas

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Overview
Integrated Therapeutic Centers - Transformational Change Spas

Our vision for the above two organizations is to provide a safe space for folks to explore the opportunity for awareness, discovery and personal healing which may include ailments, illness, disease or a peaceful death process.
Individual and group facilitation sessions are available. Our programs provide the full spectrum of wellness and holistic living themes. Our facilitation methods include integrated therapeutics, experiential awareness and interactive dialogue.
Results may include networking, social conversation, fun, awareness, healing, transformational change and research studies.
Additionally the Transformation Change Spa provides the opportunity for cosmic inquiry which explores the mystery of existence and the process of emanation from perceptions of awareness, intuition and imagery to the cognitive reality of form, physicality and the human condition.


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A Pre Research Assessment Study
Integrated Therapeutic Education Model (ITEM)
Integrated Therapeutic Centers

Research Questions - General Information and Assumptions
History and Collaborative Dialogue - Therapeutic Positives
Survey Instrument - Intervention Model - Results - Analysis
Life Configuration Patterns: Specific Themes
Administration and Assessment Study Team
Limitations and Future Research Questions
Events: Integrated Therapeutic Centers







The ITEM Model
Research Questions and Selection Criteria

Can The Survey Instrument
(Link) and Life Configuration Patterns (Link)
serve as quantifiable predictors for the reduction of health care cost and the treatment and prevention of periodic illness and chronic disease?

Can The ITEM Intervention Model (Link) which includes: group facilitation, experiential learning and transformational change programming be a catalyst for the reduction of health care cost and the treatment and prevention of periodic illness and chronic disease?

Can The ITEM Model be a catalyst for effective treatment and cost benefit analysis for the following specific illnesses and disease
o Arthritis - Bipolar disorder - Cancer
o Elimination related - Endocrine - Immune system
o Digestion related - Heart related - Obesity/Anorexia
o Uni-pole depression - Reproduction - Skin related
o Schizophrenia related - Sense and kinetics - Muscle, Bones, Connective tissue

Participant Selection Criteria
o Participant’s perception of their involvement in the treatment/healing process
o Limited success with chronic ailments, illness or disease
o Terminal disease with hope in healing possibilities
o Utilize the dynamics of faith, Imagery and fluidity of thought
o Have experiences unexplained and viewed as not normal






The ITEM Model
General Information and Assumptions


General Statement
This psychosocial program utilizes a survey questionnaire and group facilitation process to develop the capacity to quantify and measure changes in Life Configuration Patterns (LCP) and provide statistical input for continuing research

The Transformation Change Assumption
We assume that our personal unique story includes all our personal experiences and expectations. In the transformational change process you are your Story.
We utilize interactive dialogue and a reinterpretation process to encourage the softening of Story.
As the story softens along with our perceptions and interpretations, there will be more free energy to make choices in the present and this will result in a greater sense of freedom and the ability to make improved choices in the future.
..... and with faith, focus, commitment, determination and a sense of timing and mystery; free energy encouragers positive evolution, healing and the continuing process of personal transformation.

The Transformational Change Process
Six Overview Statements
o Change is evolving and is undeniable. Over time the change experienced is positive.
o Our Story of Existence is our experiences and expectations.
o Our intent is to provide a safe atmosphere and encourage positive evolution.
o The facilitation process includes an Interactive Therapeutic Conversation and the Reinterpretation of our Story of Existence.
o The Story of Existence is experienced in the realms of: Physicality (creation), Soul (intuition), Non-identity (surrender)
o With faith, focus, commitment, determination and a sense of timing positive evolution will be transformational.

The Spa Model focuses on the reinterpretation of story and transformational change. Less emphasis is given to teachers, experts, healers, spiritual guides, techniques, diets, remedies or drugs.

Experiential Processes and Participant Involvement Options
o Learning and UnLearning
o Life Patterns
o Inquiry
o Cognitive thinking
o Expression
o Imagery
o Drama
o Presence
o Movement
o Reflection
o Sharing
o Visioning o Conversational Dyads

Why this process works: There appears to be a continuing dynamics which moves toward balance and harmonization of polarity opposites. This dynamics appears to operate when we utilize the present moment to integrate the rigid patterns of the past and fixed intentions related to the future.




The ITEM Model
History and Collaborative Dialogue


History and Intention
The assessment study is a result of collaboration with Landmark Education and health care professionals and researchers at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center; UPMC.
Over the past three years; discussions have been held with a variety of health care and wellness practitioners. Professionals contacted have included medical, mental health, bodywork therapist, wellness educators, life change facilitators, motivational speakers and intuitive and spiritual consultants.
A common theme throughout the group is sensitivity to holistic oriented techniques and therapies. Additionally these skilled practitioners have personally and professionally experienced the value of an integrated medical approach in a health care delivery system.



About HLQ: Organized Summer 1980
Our focus is whole-life living and we support interactive education, group facilitation, networking and research activities. We seek to encourage cooperation among similar organizations and to communicate holistic concepts to our members, the general public and the media.
Our educational mission is to be a catalyst for individual growth and to promote certificate, certification, and degree programs related to holistic living in educational institutions of all levels, from primary to Ph.D.
Our community outreach vision includes techniques, technologies and forums that provide a full range of interactive educational and experiential learning and unlearning opportunities.
Careers and interest in Holistic Living are increasing. Presently, there are three segments of this growing market:
o Individuals motivated to improve and enhance treatment possibilities, healing and personal wellbeing.
o Practitioners motivated to dialogue with clients interested in whole life living.
o Persons excited by the potential of holistic living oriented career opportunities.


Dialogue to Encourage Collaboration:
Selected Questions and Challenges Our Assessment Study Will Address:
Is ITEM an effective method for lowering health care cost?
Can patients be a partner in the health care delivery system and assume a degree of personal responsibility in relationship to their illness?
Can ITEM improve patient’s sense of wellbeing and facilitate the healing process?
Can precise ITEM programming be developed that targets specific illnesses and diseases?
Can a supportive environment be created to support personal transformation?

Why Are These Question/Problems Important To Address?
Health care costs are soaring and we continue to invest in high cost medications, surgical techniques, diagnostic procedures and reliance on medical specialists to provide health care answers.
Our unique approach tests the effectiveness of facilitated therapeutic group awareness which encourages patients to assume a degree of personal responsibility for their health and actively participate in the treatment of their illness.
One area of investigation is the costs of re-cycling of illness patterns and chronic disease and the potential cost saving impact of the utilization of therapeutic group facilitation?

What Makes This Assessment Study Unique?
As with most psychosocial modalities the ITEM model provides a supportive environment and a cognitive reframing process.
Additionally the ITEM model includes an interviewing and group facilitation process where participants engage in experiential learning and unlearning as they target changes in their life configuration patterns. The LCP are measured, assessed and monitored throughout the program and utilized in additional investigative analysis.


Our Accomplishment Goals:
What Will We Accomplish - How Will We Measure Success
Our intent is to develop quantitative criteria for Life Configuration Patterns. These measurements provide a means to test the effectiveness of the Integrated Therapeutic Education Model (ITEM) and to correlate these finding to new or acute illness(es), flare up of acute illness(es); and the utilization of health care and wellness services and self care products and techniques.
As measurability and predictability of Life Configuration Patterns increase we will develop specific protocol regimens to target selected personality characteristics, unique medical diagnoses and specific illness and disease categories.

Why Is There A Good Chance Of Achieving Our Goals?
There is a great body of evidence-based research supporting the effectiveness of disciplines in the emerging field of Integrative Medicine. The Preventive Medicine Research Institute headed by Dr. Dean Ornish has directed clinical research for nearly 30 years demonstrating that comprehensive lifestyle changes may begin to reverse even severe coronary heart disease.
In the psychosocial realm there are years of research supporting the effectiveness of Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Family Focused Therapy (FFT), and Interpersonal Social Rhythm Therapy (IPSRT).
Our investigative and advisory team has extensive experience in the disciplines of wellness education, change facilitation, and complimentary and integrative medicine techniques.



The ITEM Model
Therapeutic Positives
Our interactive group facilitation model includes many therapeutic positive; some examples include:
o Increased opportunity for self-expression
o Variety of perspectives and personal points of view
o Experiential awareness can mirror real life situations
o Resolving personal issues can be more collaborative
o Allows participants more time to reflect, be silent, watch.




The ITEM Model
The Survey Instrument

General Statement
The main components and analysis criteria are:
o Life Configuration Pattern (LCP)
o Utilization of self-care products and techniques
o Utilization of health care and wellness medications, products and services
Our survey instrument will be utilized in the ITEM Intervention Model.

General Information
Total Categories: 12
Total Number Questions: 70

Life Configuration Patterns (LCP): Categories A-G

Seven major life themes or “Life Configuration Patterns” (LCP); which represent a full spectrum of the dynamics of living.
A: Awareness 6 questions
B: Belief Systems/Faith 8 questions
C: Livelihood and Money 5 questions
D: Communication/Relationships 8 questions
E: Lifestyle/ Wellness Toolkit 8 questions
F: Movement, Breath and Visualization 6 questions
G: Sustainable Living and Community Involvement 5 questions

Utilization: Self Care Products and Techniques: Categories HA & HB

HA: Self-Care Products Taken Routinely 3 questions
HB: Self-Care Behaviors and Techniques 8 questions

Incidence of Illness Related Conditions and Health Care and Wellness Related Services: Categories KA, KB amp; KC

KA: Illness Related Conditions 2 questions
KB: Health Care Related Services 5 questions
KC: Wellness Related Services 6 questions






The ITEM Model
Intervention Model

General Statement
We will score and assess the survey instrument and provide four monthly facilitated group sessions to expand focus on pertinent Life Configuration Patterns for each participant. We will then re-administer the survey instrument, assess incremental changes and plan for future investigation.


Therapeutic Value of Group Facilitation
Provides a safe atmosphere where participants experience and become aware of life options. These options might include: attitudes, perceptions, beliefs, interpretations, behaviors and/or actions

Awareness and Experiential Learning and Unlearning; which encourage:
o Support systems and networking
o Client empowerment related to the healing process
o Allows for a variety of perspectives and personal points of view
o Group dynamics can mirror real life situations
o Participation options: being engaged, reflective, silent, observing


Intervention Model Details
o Scoring and assessing the survey questionnaire
o Facilitated group session to expand focus on pertinent LCPs for each participant
o Four monthly facilitated group sessions:
      o Introduction, discussion, and clarification dialogue related to session             LCP theme
      o Reflections and/or sharing of personal experiences related to the             session theme
      o Experiential learning dynamics related to changes in awareness,             attitudes, behaviors, actions
      o Dialogue and visioning focusing on the session experience, the present             moment and transformational change possibilities
o Scoring and assessing the incremental changes in the survey questionnaire
o Measure impact of (ITEM) model on wellness and illness status and utilization of health care and wellness services
o Plan future research



The ITEM Model
Results


General Statement
Data will be collected from serial administration of the survey instrument to the sample population, both with and without intervention, to determine changes and trends in the analysis criteria.

Data Collection
o All questions receive equal weight in scoring
o Proposed initial sample size ( 100 )
o Each question scored on a scale from zero to four

Scoring of Specific Categories
Life Configuration Patterns:
o Categories A-C: Strongly Disagree = 0 Strongly Agree - 4
o Categories D-G: Never = 0 Most of Time = 4

Utilization of Self Care Products and Techniques
o Category HA & HB
o Never = 0 Most of Time = 4

Incidence of Illness Related Conditions and Health Care and Wellness Related Services:
o Category: KA: More than 3 = 0 None = 4
o Category: KB & KC More than 8 = 0 None = 4



The ITEM Model
Analysis


General Statement
Analysis of survey data can be utilized immediately to enhance further development of the survey instrument, structure a more reliable intervention model and guide forthcoming investigation.
o Above point system scoring provides a total possible score of 280
o Scores for Category K assumes access to the services described

Analysis: The Survey Instrument
o Categories A-G: Scores approaching 176 indicate optimum wellness lifestyle dynamics.
o Categories: HA & HB: Scores approaching 40 indicate optimum wellness as a result of self-care remedies, behaviors and techniques.
o Categories: KA, KB and KC: As scores move toward 52 there is an indication of optimum wellness and as a result less illness and less utilization of health care and wellness services.
o As wellness services increase and illness and utilization of health care services decrease there is an indication of the effectiveness of wellness services.

Assumed Wellness Quotients: The Survey Instrument
o Excellent: 210 - 280
o Good: 140 - 210
o Fair: 70- 140
o Poor: under 70

Additional Analysis: Over Time: ITEM Intervention Model
o As scores in Categories A-G increase, we forecast an increase in Categories H and K
o As scores in Category H increase, we forecast an increase in Category K
o If scores in categories A-H are high and Category K is low; there could be an indication of over use of services

Future Analysis: Over Time: ITEM Intervention Model
o The impact of specific LCP on categories H & K
o The impact of an increased Wellness Quotient on specific illnesses
o The impact of an increased score in Category H on specific illnesses



The ITEM Model
Life Configuration Patterns: Specific Themes
Awareness
o Sensitivity to: Medical, Wellness, and Holistic Models
o Change Facilitation, Experience Learning, Life Scripts
o Remedies and Supplements

Belief Systems and Faith
o Belief Systems, Faith, Trust, Confidence
o Intuition and Visualization
o Death dynamics, Body/Soul integration, Mystery

Communication, Relationship, Counseling
o Communication, Relationships, Leadership
o Professional Services and Counseling Skills

Lifestyle and Wellness Routines
o Stress and Relaxation
o Personal Wellbeing Toolkit
o Diet and Nutrition
o Practical Life Skills
o Vibrant Wellness

Livelihood and Money
o Livelihood and Career
o Money and Investment Dynamics

Movement Dynamics
o Breath: Internal Movement and Visualization
o Body Mechanics: Energy and Touch

Sustainable Living and Community Involvement
o Eco-Mind set - Quality of Life Issues
o The Dynamics of Differences - Public Policy Issues



The ITEM Model
Administration and Assessment Study Team

Operational Segments
Development Segment
   o Develop survey instrument and assessment techniques for participant       selection
   o Develop facilitation plan for each Life Configuration Pattern
Selection Segment
   o Recruit candidates for ITEM programming
   o Analyze results of survey instrument and participant selection process
Facilitation Segment
   o Develop measurable criteria to assess changes in life configuration       patterns in relation to illness, utilization of health care and wellness       services and self-care techniques
   o Conduct ITEM intervention model
Analysis and Planning Segment
   o Measure impact of ITEM on life configuration patterns, incidence       of illness, utilization of health care and wellness services
   o Measure impact of ITEM on the participant selection categories
   o Analyze results and develop specific ITEM protocol regimens which       target specific disease and illness categories
   o Develop options for ITEM programming to accommodate diverse       audiences and venues

Skill Level Required to Complete Operating Segments
Technical Skills
o Familiar with IRB guidelines
o Development and validation of the survey instrument
o Evaluation of applicability of validated survey in program design
Facilitation Skills
o Developing criteria for ITEM intervention design and validation
o Program evaluation and further ITEM intervention model refinement
Administrative, Analytical and Planning
o Collate and analyze data
o Planning of future projects
o Funder and Community relations and on-going communication with    study participants

Administrator of Project: Allen Goodman
o Professional activities include: University instructor, counseling, curriculum design, workshops and seminar facilitation and public speaking presentations.
o Career incorporates over 20 years experience in personal growth, wellness education and whole-life living and business, finance and corporate management and intuitive counselor, cosmic inquiry and networking and holistic living activities.
o Allen is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh and Duquesne University and founder of the Holistic Living Quest organization.
o His specialized experiential training includes: Mind/Body Training and group leadership and facilitation training and meditation and consensus problem solving.
o An expanded Curriculum Vitae is available upon request: ag1270@ hotmail.com



The ITEM Model
Limitations and Future Research Questions
We are confident that with a small pool of participants we can begin to develop accurate and predictable measurements of Life Configuration Patterns. As we gain confidence in our measurements we will develop ITEM protocol regimens to predict and influence positive outcomes related to illness and disease categories.

Additional measurable therapeutic values will be gained by expanding the LCP to include the Connected Existence Theory (CET): Criteria includes:
o Specific Belief System Concepts:  Truth - God - Love - Blame - Faith
o Soul Dynamics:  Emanation and Communication - Gender Incarnation Dynamics - Birth, Death, Lifetimes - Intuitive Reality
o Cosmic Realms of Existence:  Cycles - Polarities - Non-identity Realm
o Mystery:  Vibratory Movement - Metaphor - Symbols - Chaos, Balance, Stability


Inquiries Invited
Researches, Foundations, Consultants, Participants, Friends
Allen Goodman: ag1270@hotmail.com


The ITEM Model
Events: Client and Public
Integrated Therapeutic Centers
Detail Links: ITEM Model: Integrated Therapeutic Centers

Our vision for Integrated Therapeutic Centers is to provide a safe space for folks to explore the opportunity for awareness, discovery and personal healing which may include ailments, illness, disease or a peaceful death process.
Individual and group facilitation sessions are available. Our programs provide the full spectrum of wellness and holistic living themes. Our facilitation methods include integrated therapeutics, experiential awareness and interactive dialogue.
Results may include networking, social conversation, fun, awareness, healing and transformational change.

Client and Public Events
Networking/Interactive Conversation
Integrated Therapeutic Center: Introduction Dialogue
Movement - Sound - Awareness
Integrated Healing

Additional Options: Interactive Spirituality
Interlude Praforma: Movement - Dialogue - Fun - Music - Awareness
Special Events: Holidays - Ceremony - Celebrations


We will Custom Design Programs
Training seminars, Curriculum, Certificate programs, Degree programs, Survey Instruments, Intervention Models, Research Assessment Studies
For Additional Information and to Book an Event:  Allen Goodman  ag1270@hotmail.com  412.727.6616

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A Process for Personal Integration
Transformational Change Spas

Transformational Assumptions and Process - Realms of Existence
Belief System Dialogue - Techniques Utilized - Awareness Themes
Membership Options - Example: Membership Agreement
HNoCit Spirituality - HNoCit Mystery School
Sabuteau Community Living
Membership and Public Events



The Spa: Informational Content
Transformation Assumptions and Process

A Quick Overview of the Process
o Soften Your Story - Transform Your Life
o Soften Cosmic Story - Transform All Existence


We Encourage
o Fluidity: Mind, Body, Heart, Sensing, Intuition
o Integration: Physicality and Cognition, Imagery, Mystery
o Expression, Presence, Reflection - Sharing and Dialogue
o Intention, Visioning and Allowing transformational change


Our Core Assumption
Our personal unique story includes all our personal experiences. In the transformational change model; You are your Story.

The story softens along with perceptions and interpretations and additional free energy is available to improve choices.

..... With faith, focus, commitment, determination and a sense of timing and mystery, free energy encourages positive evolution, healing and the continuing process of personal transformation.



One Additional Thought
Our main focus is the reinterpretation of story and the transformational change process with less emphasis on teaching, providing expert information or specific therapeutic techniques or remedies.




The Spa: Informational Content
The Three Realms of Existence
o Physicality: The physicality of existence and cognitive thought
o Intuitive: Non sight reality: sensing visions and imagery that can not be seen.
o Mystery: Vibratory movement that can only be expressed in metaphor and symbols.



The Spa: Informational Content
Belief System Dialogue Themes
o Truth - God - Love - Blame
o Gender - Polarities - Faith
o Cycles: Birth/Death/Life times - Healing
o Planetary Change Agent




The Spa: Informational Content
Techniques Utilized
A: Facilitation Goals and Guidelines
o Provide a atmosphere of safety
o Focus on participants' sense of charged experiences related to the past, the present moment or possible future events
o Encourage awareness which might include new information and unlearning
o Encourage the process of positive change which in time will be transformational
o Allow participants to choose their level of participation
o Focus on the Life Configuration Patterns which encourage positive change in daily living patterns
o Encourage inquiry and questions related to the mystery of existence
B: Experiential Processes and Participant Involvement Options
o Dialogue and conversation
o Short informational presentations
o Personal expressive statements
o Encourage the use of "I" statements and being "Present"
o Imagery related to the inner dynamics of the body
o Drama, reenactment and story interpretation
o Light movement and the dynamics of kinetics
o Quiet time, reflection, and options to be present and observe
o Space for brief sharing of awareness
o Visioning related to future events
o Conversation in Dyads and small groups




The Spa: Informational Content
Awareness Themes
o Our personal story including the dynamics of “I am” and who “We are”
o The fluidity of truth, story, myths, metaphor and personal experiences
o The dynamics of body, soul, birth, death, and lifetimes: past and present
o The distinction between God, Avatar and Archetype
o The integration of religion, spirituality and faith
o Soften the past and future expectations and allow joy in the present
o Communication between the physical body and the felt sense soul
o Distinctions: Bi-pole and Uni-pole concepts
o Justice: Crime - Punishment - Blame - Forgiveness
o An experiential journey: A Story of Existence
o Spheres of Influence: Self - Family - Society - Soul - All
o Integrated healing dynamics
o The integration of the three realm of existence
o Relationships: Self, Other, Others and Gender Dynamics
o Pageantry and ritual which celebrates all that exist




The Spa: Informational Content
Three Membership Options
Three or Six Month Commitment Required
Combination Memberships Available
Individual and Group Sessions

I: Basic Program
Monthly Gatherings Focus: Selected Themes:
      o Life Configuration Patterns: Awareness - Belief System -          Communication - Wellness Toolkit - Career and Money - Movement          Community Involvement
      o Connective Existence Theory: Truth - God - Love - Blame - Gender -
         Polarities - Cycles: Birth/Death/Life times - Faith - Healing -
         Planetary Change Agent
      o Three Realms of Existence: Physicality - Intuition - Mystery

2: Enhancement Facilitation Skills and Business Meeting
      o Monthly meetings and one all-day quarterly seminar to enhance facilitation skills.
      o Additional meeting time is devoted to marketing techniques, member recruitment, determining possible Spa locations and administering the financial incentive program for facilitators of spa programs.

3: Integrated Healing
Our intent is to provide a safe space for folks to explore the opportunity for awareness, discovery and personal healing which may include ailments, illness, disease or a peaceful death process. Individual and group facilitation sessions are available.

(*) Membership Fee Determined by Perception of:
Gratitude, Value, Wealth, Earnings






The Spa: Informational Content
Example: Membership Agreement
Three or Six Month Commitment Required

Combination Memberships Available
Individual and Group Sessions


Payment Agreement
o I will make one payment of $ ______ for a three or six month Spa Commitment:
o I will make three payments; one today; $ ______ and one per month (next two months
o I will make six payments; one today; $ ______ and one per month (next five months).

(*) Membership Fee Determined by Perception of:
Gratitude, Value, Wealth, Earnings


Additional Financial Support and Time Commitment:
o Support Research and Holistic Living Activities of HLQ (Fully
   Deductible):   $ _____   Hours _____
o Support the Planetary Change Activities of HLQ Volunteer staff (Gift):
   $ _______   Hours ______


Explanation: Transformation Change Spa: Scope of Services
o No Spa programming or services should be utilized for diagnostic, holistic and/or medical treatment or be perceives as expert advice.
o Spa programming is designed to encourage awareness, experiential learning/unlearning and transformational change and does not include professional or expert advice.
o It is your responsibility to research the accuracy, completeness, and usefulness of all opinions, services, and other information discussed in Spa related events.
o The Spa assumes no responsibility or liability for any consequence resulting directly or indirectly for any action or inaction you take based on or made in reliance on the information, services, or material related to Spa programming
o The Spa is an educational organization. It is not a church or ministry; it does not provide therapy; holistic services or medical treatment; nor does the Spa attest to any religious point of view.


Member Name ____________________ Membership Period ________

My Transformational Change intention: next 3 or 6 months: _______________________________________________________




The Spa: Informational Content
HNoCit Spirituality

A: Belief System Dialogue Themes
o All perceived Truth is based on personal experiences
o There is only one constant; that constant is movement which is a metaphor for Change.
o Existence is experienced in three realms: Physicality - Intuition - Non-identity
o The non-identity realm is non-thinking, not personified and eternal and always present. There is no beginning; no end; there is always.
o The emanation process includes: concepts, form, physicality, avatars and archetypes.
o In the realm of Intuition there is a soul; no birth, no death, no gender.
o The integration process of the physical body and the intuitive soul continues forever.
o The non-identity realm is vibratory movement which emanates a sense of support, harmony, balance and connection.
o The non-identity realm is mystery and can only be expressed in metaphor and symbols.
o In the non-identity realm there are no concepts, no polarities and no guilt, innocence, punishment, blame, or forgiveness.
o Love is a concept and includes aspects of the following: Faith - Dependency - Romance - Commitment - Service - Nurture Self
o The integration process includes the following fluid stages: Dependency - Significance - Autonomy - Insignificance - Surrender - Merge - Freedom - Return - Good deeds - Wonderfulness


B: Cosmic Transformation Model
o Change is evolving and is undeniable. Over time the cosmic story experienced is positive.
o The Cosmic Story of Existence includes all experiences.
o Our intent is to provide a safe atmosphere which encourages positive cosmic evolution.
o The facilitation process includes an Interactive Therapeutic Conversation and the Reinterpretation of The Cosmic Story of Existence.
o With faith, focus, commitment, determination and a sense of timing positive cosmic evolution will transform all that exist.
o The Cosmic Story of existence is expressed and experienced in three Realms of Existence: Physicality/creation, Soul/intuition and Non-Identity/detachment


C: Beliefs - Faith - Religions
C1: Overview
o Encourage connection - Harmonize differences
o Faith Based Experiential Awareness (inner/outer)
o Awareness of the tapestry of existence

C2: General Theme Possibilities
o Family values and learning - Mental theories and cognitive thought
o Respected and Sacred texts - Personal truths and Belief systems
o Scientific methods and Experimentation - Mystical experiences

C3: Specific Theme Possibilities
o History - Theory - Theology - Science - Experiences
o Truth - Personal Responsibility - Mystery
o Heaven to Earth - Earth in Heaven - The Return - Cycles
o Chosen People - Last/First
o Vehicle - Soul - Avatar - Archetypes - God
o Messengers - Masters - World Teacher - Magi - Sage
o It is; Emanation - I am; Creation
o Always present - Always expanding - Experiential wisdom
o Beginning - End - Process - Always
o Blame - Forgiveness - Love


D: Connecting and Harmonizing Differences
D1: Peace Circle for Building Bridges
Through visioning, imagery, dialogue and light movement we will experience and explore metaphors related to themes that at times divide us into polarity positions.
Selected topics might include: interfaith dynamics, charges political issues, gender dynamics, family and organizational disputes, conflict resolution and problem solving dynamics.

D2: Faith Based Harmony Circles might include:
o Nature Based Religions;
o the Five Major Religions of the Earth
o and all other religions and systems of belief.
Participants are encouraged to bring symbols representing their beliefs, passions and/or emotions.


E: Holiday Celebrations
E1: Agenda Overview
o Social time and Establishing Connection
o The open agenda format encourages participants suggestion of themes and metaphors that relate to the holiday being celebrated
o Participant are encouraged to experientially express the themes and metaphors that speak to their emotions and passions.

E2: Personal Expression
o A key phrase, gesture, sound, movement, vision; or sense of silence.
o Expression or combinations group can easily copy.

E3: Group Expression
o Build upon the personal expression to a group expression
o Movement and creative flow of thought and form.
o Harmonize creative energy into a celebratory tapestry

E4: Reflection and Closing
o Inner messages and expression of experience
o Closing vision/thoughts - Snacks - Social time

E5: Selected Holiday Celebrations
o Sacred Religions and Spiritual Events
o Significant dates in history - Seasonal Cycles
o Dates of Discovery and Innovation
o Global, national and local celebrations
o Significant dates in history




The Spa: Informational Content
HNoCit Mystery School


Intention
o Exploration to understand linkage and intuitive structures which support wellness, healing and physical reality.
o Project administration skills and awareness to plan and influence events which promote balance and harmony.
o Intuitive, metaphysical and communicative analysis related to current events, public relations, community dialogue, public policy and electoral politics.


A: Dialogue Themes: Comic Inquiry and the Mystery
o Where is God? - Pulse/Energy/Form Dynamics
o What is Faith? - Why am I here? - What is Real?
o What is the Purpose of Life - How did Life begin?
o How do Cycles work? - How did Gender begin?
o Is there One Source? - What is a Woman?
o Creation, Emanation, Will, Destiny, Always
o Love, Commitment, Marriage, Bonded
o Who am I? - Sex, Erotica, Intimacy
o Biology/Human - Physics/Android
o Where does thought come from?
o Yaw, Jesus, Allah, Buddha, Krishna


B: Dialogue Themes: Intimacy - Touch - Sensuality - Community
Overview
o The Faulty Assumption: Change YOU and ME
o Relationship Components: Intimacy - Passion - Commitment - Communication

The Power of Commitment
o Safety, Structure, Control , Containment , Boundaries
o Surrender , Vulnerability, Fears, Softening Story
o The Marriage Commitment: Legality, Public event; Taking a stand; The words: Husband, Wife, Marriage
o Symbiosis, Habit, Blood Family, Sexuality, Community, Soul Family

Intimacy
o Know thyself; the inner quest; In-Too-Me-See
o To know self and the ability to communicate inner/outer self (transpersonal - mind - heart - pelvic floor - soul)

Physical Intimacy
o Gender Dynamics: Male, Female, Androgyny
o Soul Vibration: Feminine, Masculine, Techie, Android
o Prelude: Connection and Interview - Hunt and the Chase
o Touch: Techniques - Emotions - Healing - Spiritual - Mating
o Partnered - Group - Self


C: Cosmic Focused: Career Opportunities
Intuitive Media Specialist
o Group process and ceremony specialist
o Intuitive and metaphysical analysis of current events
o Public speaking and community rituals
o Publications and Community Relations
o Entrepreneurship and Social services projects
o Public policy dialogue and Electoral politics

Planetary Change Agent
o Vibration and telepathic communication skills
o Sensitivity to space-time and no-time dynamics
o Event tracking, interpretation and use of spiritual emissaries

Planet Transformation Specialist
o Attunement to cycles and telepathic communication
o Sensitivity to ethic dynamics, economics and social patterns
o Planetary and galactic cohesion
o Symbolic linkage to intuitive structures which support physical reality
o The ability to balance power and efficiency related to institutions and government


D: The Practical Mystic
Overview Practical Mystic techniques
When decisions are less definite, intuition can be a valuable tool. Excess thinking, over analysis and intensity can block the flow of action and ideas.

The intuitive counselor provides a balance between intuition and cognitive reasoning and incorporates symbols and perceptions into the process of dialogue, decision making and conflict resolution.

The Awareness Cards are designed for insight, guidance, interpretation and ideas to encourage personal wellbeing. The Cards also provide a friendly approach to insight, reflection, intuitive feedback and life learning.

Intuitive services may include: individual sessions, business decisions, strategic planning and harmonizing choice, destiny and cosmic inquiry.
Additionally we facilitate programs which include the full spectrum of holistic living themes.

Intuitive Method Utilized
Aquarian Deck: 91 Awareness Cards
Reference Codes and Symbols
o Healing Change - Body Imagery and Awareness
o Personality Awareness - Counseling Skills/Focus - Letters
o Experience Awareness - Courses/Learning Modules - Dates
o Four Suits, Numbers and Letters
o Images and Picture Explanations
o Agape Love Codes - Life Path Codes
o Calendar References
o Numbers Codes - Capital Letter Codes
o Polarity Codes and Metaphors
o General Informational List
o Periodic Table: Earth, Element families, Organic elements


E: The Mystic and the Metaphysician
Skills and Sensitivity Required
o Biology, chemistry, physics, quantum physics and metaphysics
o Integration: Mechanics, Functionality, Tissue and Bone generation, Micro elementals, Nano physics, and dynamics of living cells
o Faith, belief system, metaphor, imagery and intention
o Fluidity of client, researcher, experimentation, healing and self
o Balance and Harmony: Emotions, Feelings, Mind, Body, Soul, Trans-personal communication as related to the situation of disease and illness.
o Integration Process: dependent - victim - empowered - vulnerable - surrender - merge - freedom - return - good deeds - wholeness
o Life scripts: Power; Romance; Money; Dependency, Service, Beauty o Body messages, imagery, vibration and interpretation
o Linkage: Symbols, Metaphor, Intuition, Pulse, Grids, Patterns and Healing
Additional Skills Necessary
o Balancing the cognitive and the intuitive
o Faith, trust and allowing for magic
o Body messages, subtle meanings and energy vibration
o Sensitivity to never ending integration process
o Integrating physicality, intuition and detachment into daily patterns of living




The Spa: Informational Content
Sabuteau Community Living

A: Quality of Life and Sharing
o Holistic lifestyle; wellness, health care, spirituality, education, childcare
o Commitment; community service, public policy, education, personal growth
o Desire optimum growth models; social, economic, ecological
o Self-reliance, community and personal empowerment and desire to assess personal values
o Integration: career, business, values, personal mission, investments
o Community involved management and administration.
o Cooperation: community center, cooking, childcare, games, theater, music/library, crafts, food distribution, quiet space, continuing education classes
o Business support services: Shared technology, office space, office services

B: Sustainable Economic Development
o Locally produced products and services
o Minimize ecological impact
o Integration: social, economic, ecological models
o Minimize land and real estate speculation
o Integrated homes sights, crop feasibility, gardens and land conservation
o Encourage animal habitat
o Cooperative: property development, management, administration
o Flexible ownership and residency options
o Entrepreneurship; crafts, clothes, web development, online services, home-based businesses, urban farming
o Low impact manufacturing, economic and business development projects

C: Member Commitment Options
o Encourage growth and stability in our soul family
o Encourage body/soul integration and cosmic inquiry
o Encourage dialogue related to personal issues, visions and interpersonal relations
o Viewing the community experience as a healing and personal integration experience
o Celebrate community and relationship longevity and future visioning
o Provide member support in thought, finances and presence
o Sensitivity to all options of family households
o The construction and maintenance of a common house to be utilized by members of the community
o A commitment to community activism and political involvement.
o Regarding verbal and spiritual intimacy and touch dynamics; all members respect the level of participation, boundaries and comfort of others.

D: Personal Vision Possibilities
o Attract a soul family which provides healing, nurturing, and an environment for sustainable living
o Being supported for who I am, my talents and my intention to promote personal wellness, world peace and global transformation
o A physical space to enjoy community meals and activities
o Projects which include sustainability, community service, public policy involvement and the development of leadership, communication and facilitation skills
o Supporting full diversity of all being with awareness
o Time agreement for community involvement
o Determination of housing situation
o Assessment of part or full time residency options
o Agreement regarding skills employed and community involvement




The Spa: Information Content
Membership and Public Events
Transformational Change Spa
Detail Links: Transformational Change Spa

Our vision for Transformational Change Spas is to provide a safe space for folks to explore the opportunity for awareness, discovery and personal healing which may include ailments, illness, disease or a peaceful death process.
Individual and group facilitation sessions are available. Our programs provide the full spectrum of wellness and holistic living themes. Our facilitation methods include integrated therapeutics, experiential awareness and interactive dialogue.
Results may include networking, social conversation, fun, awareness, healing and transformational change.
Additionally the Transformation Change Spa provides the opportunity for cosmic inquiry which explores the mystery of existence and the process of emanation from perceptions of awareness, intuition and imagery to the cognitive reality of form, physicality and the human condition.

Membership and Public Events
Networking/Interactive Conversation
Spa Membership: Introduction Dialogue
Movement - Sound - Awareness
Integrated Healing

Interactive Spirituality
Interlude Praforma: Movement - Dialogue - Fun - Music - Awareness
Special Events: Holidays - Ceremony - Celebrations
Prelude Events including Global Celebrations
A Sabbath Day:  Faith - Reflection - Prayer - Spirituality

Prior Public Events
Earth Rebirth 2012: A Global Celebration 12.22.12


Member Only Events (available for non-member private sessions)
Spa Core Member Sessions
Member Interactive Spirituality
The Healing Sanctuary
The Movement to Joy Seminar
HNoCit Cosmic Spirituality
HNoCit Mystery School

We will Custom Design Programs
Training seminars, Curriculum, Certificate programs, Degree programs, Survey Instruments, Intervention Models, Research Assessment Studies
For Additional Information and to Book an Event:  Allen Goodman  ag1270@hotmail.com  412.727.6616

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Ownership Possibilities
Visions and Marketing Opportunities
Integrated Therapeutic Centers - Transformational Change Spas
Future Visions - Training and Site Preparation
Marketing Opportunities: Practitioners - Hospitals - Clinics
Marketing Opportunities: Businesses and Agencies
Marketing Opportunities: Faith Based Organizations
Introductory Seminars: Spa Operation















The Spa or Center Operation
Future Visions
A Few Images
      o Illness/Healing Treatment Centers
      o Earth Friendly Residential Community
      o Small Business – Economic Development
      o Proactive Health Insurance Program
      o Experiential and Scientific Research
      o Certification and Degree Programs
      o Holistic Integrated Healing Research
At least 20% to 40% of Spa Membership Fees:
      o Supports These Visions
      o Is Tax Deductible
      o Incentives for Members to recruit New Members




The Spa or Center Operation
Training and Site Preparation

A: Administrative and Marketing
o Owner/manager; no employed managers
o Owner/manager reduces costs, increases efficiency
o Franchising networks; reach smaller markets
o Franchisee is source of great ideas
o Simpler, more efficient management structure
o Franchiser expertise - Long-term planning
o Opportunities for employees to acquire franchises
o On-going product development

B: Start-Up Support o Site selection and lease negotiations
o Space layout, floor plan, interior design
o Atmosphere creation and ambiance
o Opening ceremony - Public media relations

C: Managerial Support o Professional development programs
o Marketing and public relations
o Internet-based training and resources
o Regional meetings - Operations manuals




The Spa or Center Operation
Marketing Opportunities
Practitioners - Hospitals - Clinics

A: Holistic Living: Survey Instrument Questionnaire

B: Selection Grouping Criteria:
o Participant’s perception: Control over healing process
o Limited success: Chronic ailments, illness or disease
o Terminal disease: Hope in healing possibilities
o Dynamics: Faith, Imagery, fluidity of thought
o Unexplained: Not normal experiences

C: Chronic Condition Focus:
o Arthritis - Bipolar disorder - Cancer
o Elimination related - Endocrine - Immune system
o Digestion related - Heart related - Muscle, Bones, Connecting tissue
o Obesity/Anorexia - Uni-pole depression - Reproduction
o Skin related - Schizophrenia related - Sense and kinetics

D: Integrated Therapeutic Centers
The placement of Therapeutic Education Centers alongside existing heath diagnostic and treatment centers. This bridge between therapeutic education and the health care delivery system can become a catalyst for patient empowerment and a variety of business and career opportunities and community development projects.

E: Integrated Therapeutic Healing Centers
Organize a group of professional facilitators, educators and health and wellness consultants who support an environment for awareness, self-discovery, and healing. Each client participant would be assigned a Transformational Change Specialist who would monitor and provide support and coordinate consultation services during the process of integrated treatment.




The Spa or Center Operation
Marketing Opportunities
Businesses and Agencies

A: Holistic Living: Survey Instrument Questionnaire

B: General Focus o Employee morale and productivity
o Awareness and Personal wellbeing
o Integrated healing
o Reduction in health care cost

C: Unique single focused events for general staff

D: Experiential Change Facilitation
o General staff
o Specific management/staff groupings
o Key staff and executives

E: Individual personalized sessions

F: Consulting and Facilitation services
o Group Facilitation Services
o Curriculum Development
o Intuitive Counselor - Strategic Planning




The Spa or Center Operation
Marketing Opportunities
Faith Based Organizations

A: Holistic Living: Survey Instrument Questionnaire

B: Interfaith Circles
o Metaphors for the seasonal holidays
o Individual expression honoring holidays
o Group tapestry symbolizing holidays
o A group vision and creative expression

C: Faith and Belief System Dynamics
o Family values - Mental theories - Sacred texts
o Personal truths Science Mystical experiences

D; Themes and Discussion Possibilities
o Seed Thoughts: Sacred/Modern
o Religious/theology - Science/experiments
o Philosophy/thought - Mystical experiences
o Heaven to Earth - Earth in Heaven
o Chosen People - Last/First

E: Certification: Mystic and Intuitive Expression

F: Affiliation Benefits and Guidelines
o Presentation and Facilitation Training Programs
o Develop community service project initiatives
o Promote interfaith activities in local community
o Organize and participate in a full diversity of inter-faith programs




The Spa or Center Operation
Introduction: Operations Seminars
Topics Include:
o Strategic Planning and Visioning Planning
o Training and Site Preparation
o Marketing Opportunities
     o Practitioners - Hospitals - Clinics
     o Businesses and Agencies
     o Faith Based Organizations



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